‘That was my mosque you tried to burn down’ | Hynd’s Blog

In the early hours of this morning, someone tried to burn down the Masjid-E-Noor mosque in Ryecroft Street, Gloucester. CCTV footage shows someone pouring petrol onto the front door before lighting a rag to ignite the fire.This is just one of a recent spate of anti-Islam Muslim? attacks that have occurred since the tragic murder of Lee Rigby.In reaction to these attacks the liberal left have gone on what I refer to as the, “we are all the same” offensive. Owen Jones writing in the Independent illustrates this phenomenon by stating: “83 per cent of Muslims are proud to be British…compared to 79% of the British public” – a gallant effort to highlight the ludicrousness of the EDL’s arguments.I think something slightly more nuanced than this though.

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